Hosts - Portals - Major - Web sites for browsing and watching Internet videoView a large amount of video from a wide variety of production organizations with much free content; bring together diverse content in one interface; premium plan may be available--see premium section; see also search, user, channels , topics
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- Hulu: multi-channel video host; provides movies,TV shows, clips, and Web-produced video from a variety of providers; free access to a wide range of content; subscription service called Hulu Plus allows access to more TV shows and movies
- You Tube: video host with wide-ranging content; provides video of a wide range of content, producer, and length, including user-supplied content; owned by Google; free access to much content; Movies section shows pay-per-view movies and free movies; site includes channels from diverse partners (e.g., C-SPAN, The White House); user-supplied content
- Google Video: multi-site video search and hosting; pre-dating Google's acquisition of You Tube in 2006, Google hosted many videos; this site now serves as a search engine and host to those videos as well as videos from YouTube as well as many other video hosts
- Yahoo View: episodes of popular shows; from networks such as ABC, NBC and Fox
- Snag Films: independent film; carefully-selected "art house" style films
- Crackle: TV shows and movies; full-length, free, and on-demand viewing of movies and TV shows; genres include action, sci-fi, horror, crime, and comedy
- Like Television: classic TV and movies, cartoons, and classic commercials
- Internet Archive: Moving Image Archive; a library of free movies, films, and videos; thousands of digital movies; classic full-length films, daily alternative news broadcasts, cartoons, concerts, and more; part of the Internet Archive, an Internet library offering permanent access for researchers, historians, scholars, people with disabilities, and the general public to historical collections that exist in digital form; subsections include animation, arts, community video, computers, ephemeral films, news, public affairs, Prelinger Archives, spirituality, sports, television, video games, and vlogs
- Popcornflix: movies and documentaries; from Screen Media Ventures, LLC, one of the leading motion picture distributors of theatrical, home video, digital and television both in the U.S. and internationally; over 1500 movies
- FilmRise: film and tv; over 5,000 film and television titles in a wide range of genres, from classic television, festival award indies, children’s programming, documentaries, special interest and award-winning foreign language releases.